Physiological hypnosis mainly promotes fatigue and relaxation of physiological functions through “induction”.
(1) Hypnosis by manipulation of both hands : The psychotherapist touches (or does not touch) the patient’s forehead with both hands and then asks him to focus on the part of the therapist’s hand (or the affected part). When the therapist’s warm hand moves from the forehead to the face, the patient’s attention also follows down. This “downward appeasement” action is repeated several times before the case can be induced to enter hypnosis.
(2) Head swing hypnosis : The psychotherapist asked the patient to close his eyes and relax his mind. Then he pressed the patient’s forehead with his right hand and the back of his head with his left hand. Then he gently turned the patient’s head repeatedly at an appropriate speed and frequency and at the same time induced the patient into a hypnotic state with appropriate hypnotic words.
(3) Gaze light-spot hypnosis : The hypnotist ordered the patient to concentrate on gazing at a light-spot until his eyelids were tired, blurred vision, and visual fatigue, and then induced the patient to enter hypnosis.
(4) Open and close eyelids hypnosis : The hypnotist asks the patient to close his eyes, then loudly orders him to open the eyes, and then orders him to focus his vision on a specific object. Whenever the hypnotist notices fatigue in the patient’s eyes, he orders him to close his eyes. Repeated several times, and then wait for the opportunity to induce hypnosis, the patient will enter hypnosis.
(5) Eye to eye hypnosis : The psychotherapist is facing the patient and asks the patient to focus on his eyes. The therapist looks at the patient with “unblinking sharp eyes” and after a period of time, he finds that the patient has had binocular eyes and tears. At this time, it can be induced to enter hypnosis. After a period of time, when the therapist finds that the patient’s eyes have been paralyzed or tears are full, he can be induced to enter hypnosis.
(6) Rapid eye movement hypnosis : The therapist holds an object that the patient can stare, such as a hypnotic stick or a pendulum, and then asks the patient’s visual focus to move with the object to the left and right, up and down. Once the fatigue state gradually occurs, the hypnotic language is used to close the eyes and lead to hypnosis.
(7) Eye massage hypnosis : The therapist orders the patient to close his eyes, then presses his temples with both hands, and then gently presses and massages the patient from the middle of the eyebrow to the eyeball with both thumbs. Repeat the gentle pressure several times while inducing with hypnotic language. When a patient is in a trance, loudly order him to fall asleep and put him into the hypnotic state.
(8) Neck pressure hypnosis :The psychotherapist presses the patient’s neck artery in a special way, causing a slight Hypoxic state of the brain, and then induces hypnosis with hypnotic language.
(9) Hypnosis by electrical stimulation : The patient’s hand or foot is stimulated by the weak electric current of the electrotherapy device, and hypnotic language is given to induce the patient into hypnotic state.
(10) Hypnosis by airflow stimulation : The psychotherapist uses the flowing power of the air to stimulate the patient’s skin feelings, and then slowly puts him into a hypnotic state.